PRODUCTS

PRODUCTS

Mobicon’s Mini Straddle Carrier range includes models that can go inside and others that can stack 2-high.

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MOBICON ECO SERIES

MOBICON ECO SERIES

The ECO series is brand new (patents applied for) & the most economical of the Mobicon Straddle Carrier range.

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Our Clients

"The Mobicon's many benefits are
why we have purchased 5 for our yards since 1999!"

Toll Logistics Straddle Carrier

Kerry Quirk
Operations Manager

What is a mobicon

What is a mobicon

The Mobicon is a patented two-tower Gantry Crane or Straddle Carrier of unique design where the container, when carried becomes part of the straddle carrier structure. Mobicon Systems designed their Mini Straddle Carriers to provide more effective and economical solutions to handling containers in a low throughput environment.

 

 

Major Customers

Major Customers

Mobicon Systems supplies clients over the world, from Australia to South Africa, the USA, Japan, New Zealand, New Guinea, Singapore plus the UK & Europe. Mobicon Mini-Straddle Carriers are in use in many industries including, import/export, small ports, mining, customs/border security, logistics, manufacturing, steel and the Defence Forces. Key Customers include TOLL, ARC Steel and Sadliers. Notably, Mobicon Systems Pty Ltd currently have a large long term contract to supply the US Navy with Mobicons specifically designed for their Littoral Combat Ships program.

Benefits of a mobicon

Benefits of a mobicon

Lowest wheel weight in the world

A Mobicon can work on even the most imperfect surfaces including light concrete without destroying it.


Safer

A Mobicon has a very low center of gravity and will not roll over like a forklift or reachstacker can.


Economical to own and operate

The low capital cost, combined with minimal maintenaince and repair costs and low fuel use give you a low cost option to handle your own containers.


Increased productivity and economical benefits

Using a Mobicon, the waiting time of delivering trucks will be reduced. Packing containers while they are on the ground is faster and safer while placing containers close to the production saves time – all adding up to cost savings.